Here the people of Morgan Lewis share their stories, reflect on their histories, and embody the firm’s commitment to inclusion, innovation, collaboration, engagement, and well-being. While we celebrate what makes us unique, there is one thing that unites us all: We Are Morgan Lewis.
When South African human rights lawyer Jessica Lawrence visited Morgan Lewis as part of a two-week-long mentorship program run by the US State Department and Fortune, she was unsure how her experience working in the civil society sector—specifically with refugees at a non-governmental organization (NGO)—would translate into a corporate law firm. She shares a bit more about her story and what she is taking away from the program.
Adam Reiber approaches the firm’s innovative well-being program with a scholarly perspective, remaining true to the science to deliver world-class well-being support to our Morgan Lewis community. He shares a bit more about that approach and his background.
When Michelle Park Chiu first joined the board of the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area (AABA), long before taking the role of president in 2021, she never could have predicted the challenges that would face the group—and the world.
The same year the US Department of State recognized April as National Arab American Heritage Month, Morgan Lewis associate Maryann Zaki helped formally launch the firm’s Middle Eastern North African Lawyer Network.
Drawn in by the excitement of the game, Kelly shares how her hockey career evolved and how she translates her lessons from the ice to the practice of law.
Our experiences and life stories shape who we are. In this feature, Jitsuro Morishita shares how becoming a novice monk in college gave him the tools to balance the inevitable tension that is behind every law.
This holiday season, Morgan Lewis celebrates the greatest gifts: time and connection. In 2022, let’s all open our doors, our hearts, and our minds.